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Microsoft will end support for XP on 8 April 2014

Java issues could mark the beginning of the end for die-hard Windows XP users

Latest Java patches may not work on XP, leaving users vulnerable to attack, security experts warn

A man behind bars

Law agencies shift cyber crime focus to those behind online scams

Spate of charges against individuals shows a new focus from law agencies worldwide

Heartbleed has created problems across the web world

OpenSSL Heartbleed bug leaves tech community in tatters

Windows XP support ends but it's open source tech that causes grief for the web world

How to make your big data smart, useful and accurate

Tech execs chew over the definition of 'datability' at CeBIT

Hackers hoarding Windows XP exploits for cut-off bonanza

Security community unanimous: there will be hacks

Tesco and Kickstarter data thefts pose double trouble for web users

Data stolen from crowdfunding site will be used to mount follow-up attacks, warns security community

Arresting hackers more effective than botnet takedowns for tackling cybercrime

Black Hole creator's guilty plea proves effectiveness of hunting hackers

PRISM: Fallout from NSA internet spying scandal will linger throughout 2014

Governments risk disaster with lack of transparency into snooping spooks

PRISM, Bitcoins and iPhone 5S biometrics: Security in 2013

New reforms and revelations rock the security industry

Privacy, tax and KitKats: Google in 2013

We take a look back at the internet giant's 2013

Cyber security vetting scheme is right move by government, but SMEs need more attention

Experts from KPMG, Symantec and BAE weigh in on the government's IT security plans for 2014

Cyber attacks will cause real world harm in next seven years

Users need to be educated about dangers of wearable tech and always-on society, warns Europol, Trend Micro and ICSPA

Lakeland hack proves government cyber security health checks are vital

If a mid-sized UK retailer of kitchen goods isn't safe, who is?

PRISM spy storm could see UK and US cloud computing customers flee overseas

Countries with more stringent privacy laws could see secure cloud solutions boom

PRISM: Everything you need to know about the NSA spying scandal one week on

Fallout from scandal engulfing all aspects of technology and political spheres

Cyber crooks DDoS rampage has expanded to hit SMEs

But Britain's cyber savvy engineers are more than up to dealing with threat, says CloudFlare

Google Glass: The future of privacy and wearable technology

Google's latest device creates a brave new world for personal computing

How to protect your Twitter account from hackers

Breaches affecting Associated Press, Onion and Sex and the City author show the need for extra security measures on firms' social sites

Google and Facebook data-sharing measures show there is no need for CISPA

Commentators openly question whether data sharing legislation would stop hacking in the private sector

Facebook's Home Android skin heralded as a 'smart experiment'

Commentators see potential in social network maven's latest mobile offering

RSA: Threats and solutions in abundance at 2013 show

Vendors optimistic in the face of adversity

Cyber crooks nursing wounds after Reveton arrests and botnet takedowns

Industry celebrates notable battle victories, but the war is far from over

Security industry echoes NAO concerns over UK's cyber skills shortage

Experts back government plans but urge more action

Java still indispensable in enterprise space despite security issues

Big business too reliant on Oracle tech to flip the off switch, say experts

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